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The Grammar Quiz For People Who Like Pictures Of Cute Kittens and Puppies

Take our grammar quiz - which is also full of adorable puppy and kitten pictures - and find out if your grammar skills are "purrrty poor" or "dog-gone great."

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318 Comments
Leigh Ann Grimm
11/15. Time for a nap.
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Feb 26, 2020 10:25PM
Louis Michael Durocher,
Gma the, that is a first has excuses go...lol.lol.
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Feb 24, 2020 4:33PM
Louis Michael Durocher,
14/15,Not bad,but considering there own mistake...
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Feb 24, 2020 4:32PM
shirleybarton
9/15🐻
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Feb 23, 2020 5:22PM
Wayne Kennedy
Annie, you did 'good'. lol
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Feb 15, 2020 4:41PM
Rosalind S Feldman
13/15 I disagree with two of the answers and no one uses the Oxford comma any more completely redundant
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Feb 14, 2020 1:50PM
Gma the
14/15 Should have been 15/15, but my screen jumped as I clicked on the answer.
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Feb 8, 2020 11:49PM
teraagee
11/15 but you gave 2 wrong answers, and one of them could have been either.
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Feb 8, 2020 10:36PM
Jean Fox
Got 12 but you gave 2 wrong answers!
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Feb 8, 2020 8:56PM
Andrew Bailey
What is life without good grammar
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Feb 8, 2020 11:30AM
E Marc Nevins
15/15 it’s a quiz, not real life.
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Feb 2, 2020 3:29PM
Judi McManus
I also wonder who wrote the “correct” answers!
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Feb 1, 2020 5:42PM
Allison Aspden
8/15. I question the ‘correctness’ of some of the answers!
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Jan 31, 2020 11:17PM
Richard D. Boyle
SusieQ., “Nash and me” is correct. Nash and I would be correct if it were being used as the subject of the sentence but it is not. It is the object of the preposition “to”. A foolproof test is to simply remove “Nash and” and ask yourself which should you say or write? “to me” or “to I”? The correct answer becomes obvious every time.
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Jan 31, 2020 10:29PM
Richard D. Boyle
15/15. Answers are correct. I am familiar with the Oxford comma rule but it is redundant and never used by anyone educated in the US. I have yet to see an instance in which the “rule” was a benefit to understanding or clarification which is the usual explanation. To me, the “rule” constitutes an unnecessary solution to a non-existent problem,
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Jan 31, 2020 10:11PM

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